PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"The White House has refused to give Congress documents about the death of former NFL player Pat Tillman, with White House counsel Fred F. Fielding saying that certain papers relating to discussion of the friendly-fire shooting 'implicate Executive Branch confidentiality interests.'"

Good read: Dan Froomkin on the President's press conference, trying to shut the door on Libby, and more.

Rosa Brooks with some straightforward questions on Iraq.

* The illusion of a debate about Iraq.
* Putin gets feisty on an arms control pact.
* The new administration at Downing Street distances itself from the US.
* Egads. Reservist resists a fifth deployment.
* Are rats generous? (Courtesy leesalogic.)
* Marketers take another look at advertising in Second Life.
* Nice. Religious publishing moves into the mainstream, but the move is hurting their core industry.
* BET stirs up controversy with its new reality series.
* LATimes looks ahead to the fall season, including clues about the future of Deadwood.

An open letter to Michael Bay, asking him to direct Superman Returns 2.

Neat: a looking glass into the inner workings of the New York economy. (Courtesy asimplelife.)

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.

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